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The Digitalk Blog

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    In March, Hollywood star (and Welsh football team co-owner) sold his MVNO, Mint, for $1.35 billion. But its new owner—one of the biggest telcos in the world, T-Mobile—isn’t changing its super-cheap $15-per-month plan.

  • Enabling MVNO Propositions - 4: Supporting Communities

    From enthusiastic support for a sport or a political or ecological cause to professional societies, communities are full of connected groups of humans. Branded resellers are starting to be great at spinning up nice, niche but efficient virtual network offerings to support such groups. And with Digitalk Mobile Cloud, there’s no reason such networks are only options for the biggest players in multi-billion-dollar sectors.

  • India (re)introduces 60:60 billing. Can you adapt to sudden changes in wholesale voice prices quickly and easily?

    Operators in India have decided to adopt 60:60 billing for call termination in that country – at a stroke, introducing costs for consumers, but creating opportunities for carriers. Is this an isolated move? As it turns out, no.

  • Enabling MVNO propositions - Part 3: Delivering The Retail Offer

    Whether providing food or books, DIY tools or clothes, large retailers are in a privileged position, but operate in a challenging environment. That privilege comes from being a known brand delivering essential goods to a large number of customers through a mix of on-line and in store channels, both bricks and clicks. But the challenge is they are operating in a highly competitive market, striving to maintain viable margins.